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Emily Gomez Named Comunity Service Representative

April 25, 2017 11:51 am

Starting in fall 2017, ENC softball player Emily Gomez will serve as the Community Service Representative on the Commonwealth Coast Conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The CCC SAAC Board, comprised of student-athletes from other schools in the conference, elected Gomez over nine other candidates for the position. SAAC acts as the […]

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“Show Business”

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For the month of March, ENC offered a free complimentary iPad to any student that enrolled in their graduate or adult studies program pursuing a business degree. This unique promotion sought to cater to the demographic of adult students that would need an iPad to ease their daily schedule of […]

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SGA’s Purpose in Review

April 9, 2017 6:47 pm
SGA’s Purpose in Review

ENC students elected new Executive Student Government Association members this past February and followed it up with the class council elections in April. Besides seeing smiling faces on posters, ENC students are entitled to have more substantive knowledge of what these elected officials are doing for them. Initial qualifications for running […]

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Bats, Vibes, and Life: A New Season of ENC Softball

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Bats, Vibes, and Life: A New Season of ENC Softball

ENC’s Softball team, boasting six new players, has made an impressive 7-3 start through ten spring training games in Florida, compared to a 3-7 record from last year. After a disappointing Florida run last season, the Lady Lions have bounced back significantly due to the new energy injected into the […]

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ENC Basketball: A Journey’s End

March 22, 2017 1:17 pm

Both ENC basketball teams’ seasons came to a bitter end as they suffered losses in the semifinal round of the Commonwealth Coast Conference. Both teams fought valiantly until the end but were unable to gain any traction in their attempt to overcome double-digit leads. The women’s basketball team was bested […]

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Career Week at ENC

February 28, 2017 3:28 pm

ENC’s Career Week gave students a chance to trade in the sweats for slacks as the Career Services Department encouraged students to grow professionally in their career path. Headed by Krista Bogertman, the Brickley Center services set up the Mann Student Center with multiple career-orientated events. To start the week, […]

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ENC’s Taekwondo Club Kicks Off With Lots of Kicks

February 20, 2017 2:50 pm

The Taekwondo Club kicked into gear on February 8 with their inaugural fundraiser and awareness event in the Mann Student Center. Organized by Junior Craig Brown and Mathematics Professor Marcus Fries, the objective is to add another activity for students to get involved in this semester. The event itself was a […]

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ENC Administration Needs To Be More Transparent With Students

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Students pay a lot of money to go to ENC. That shouldn’t be breaking news to anyone. What is news, however, is the sudden removal of three majors that was announced last month. There needs to be more attention shown to the relationship between students and the faculty because of […]

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The Beginning of a New Era

February 8, 2017 8:24 pm
The Beginning of a New Era

The end of a season can mark the end of team’s journey to a championship. Other times it can offer a glimmer of hope as to what comes in the following season. For the ENC men’s basketball team, a loss to Roger Williams last spring in the Commonwealth Coast Conference […]

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The Best Movies to Look Out for in 2017

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The year 2017 offers a plethora of movies to choose from. Here is a rundown of the top movies to look forward to each month. January “Split,” starring James McAvoy, offers a chilling look into the many personalities that inhabit Kevin Crumb. Easily McAvoy’s most compelling role, “Split” offers a […]

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